What Is the iPhone?
Apple’s Long History of Rejecting 'Objectionable Content’ From the App Store
This is the story of technology’s most important walled garden.
This Facebook Messenger Chatbot Tells You a Short Story
The short story LOST examines a new form of interactive storytelling that uses a chatbot.
You Can Scan Your Face Into 'NBA 2K17' With Your Phone
The game's "create a player" mode is far more robust now thanks the facial scanning technology.
Facebook Slapped With FTC Complaint Over WhatsApp Data Grab
Consumer groups urge the feds to crack down on Facebook’s latest privacy breach.
Could Pokémon Go Open the Doors for More Girls in Gaming?
The interactive monster app is taking the world by storm—and some think it could act as a gateway game for women.
These Smartphone Apps Will Help You Get Through Ramadan
These apps help Muslims track everything from prayers to good deeds.
How Ugandans Overturned An Election Day Social Media Blackout
An election day shutdown of mobile apps vital to communication and commerce became a lightning rod for angry, young voters, who found ways to keep tweeting.
G.S. Phillips and Grace Atuhaire
The Original Mobile App Was Made of Paper
To understand modern mobile apps, we need to turn to their centuries-old grandparent: the volvelle.
You’ll Want Android Marshmallow for This One New Feature
Now on Tap extends the power of Google Now across all of Android.
Rdio Seeks Salvation in Radio
If you can't beat 'em.
PC Inventor IBM to Babysit Macs for Businesses
Just Kidding, Frontback Is Back, Back Again
With two weeks to live, the app was given a second, no, a third life.